"The term ""biosphere"" has been given by the geologist Eduard Suess in 1875, who explained it as ""the place on the surface of the earth where life dwells"".
Biosphere is the biological component of the earth, which includes the lithosphere, atmosphere hydrosphere, and some other ""spheres"" like for an example cryosphere. It is an interior concept within Ecology and Biology.
It includes all the living creatures on the surface of the earth together along with the dead organic matter produced by them.
The concept of biosphere is very common to many of the scientific disciplines which include hydrology, geology, astronomy, geophysics, evolution and biogeography.
Biospheres are any self-regulating systems that are closed; including artificial ones such as BIOS-3 and Biosphere 2, also moons & the other planets.
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Last date updated on June, 2014